- v. present participle of drivel.
“He was disgusted with what he called the drivelling of some unhappy specimens of the”
“He was disgusted with what he called the drivelling of some unhappy specimens of the Church which had come in his way; he disbelieved the truth of what such men professed.”
“I'm the kind of drivelling idiot you make out, my actions are of no importance, either to you or to any one else. ”
“There was some dosey old tart drivelling on about blogs being bad?”
“I suppose I should have known you'd turn out to be one of those drivelling relativists who thought that war was a bad idea.”
“The thing that strikes anyone most forcibly about the present government is their drivelling incompetence.”
“They invaded first, they have never controlled South Ossetia, they threw grenades into basements full of Russian women and children, and I do believe the very people drivelling on about sovereignty are at this time still in Iraq, Afghanistan .... etc.”
“That's because the DJs on Radio 1 think they are celebrities, and we want to hear them drivelling on about themselves.”
“So to Town we went, and in between brandy-soaked evenings with old comrades and hopeful prowlings after a new generation of loose women, I allowed myself to be talked into escorting my grand-daughter to the theatre to see Mrs Campbell drivelling abominably in Mrs Tanqueray.”
“I sat there, maudlin, drivelling to myself and looking at Selly's picture.”
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